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Thermos Thermos 16 ounce vacuum insulated travel mug black, 8 Ounce, Silver (NS100BK004)
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|Item Weight||0.9 Pounds|
|Capacity||16 Fluid Ounces|
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- Thermos patented vacuum insulation for maximum temperature retention. Keeps hot for 5 hours, keeps cold for 9 hours
- Durable stainless steel interiors and exteriors
- Leak-proof lid with one hand push button operation
- Built in tea hook easily holds tea bags or most loose leaf infusers
- 16-Ounce vacuum insulated tumbler; Dishwasher safe
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Introducing Sipp by Thermos. The Sipp Thermos line of products combines sleek style with unique functional features. The Thermos patented vacuum stainless steel mug will keep hot for 5 hours and cold for 9 hours. The Eastman Tritan lids are BPA free and have a built- in tea hook for tea bags or most loose leaf infusers. Leak-proof lid with one hand push button operation; dishwasher safe; 16 ounce capacity.
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You can put boiling water in this thing and the seal at the top barely gets warm - after 4 hours, I still have to set the lid aside and let the steam off for a bit or I'd burn my tongue. Really, really impressed with how well it insulates. I considered the Contigo™ travel mug, but the rubberized grippy stuff I've had trouble with in the past, and there are some review that said the insulation was only good for 2-2 hours. I'll stick with Thermos™.
The lid also screws in and seats well without risk of leaking. Plus, you can disassemble the lid to clean it thoroughly.
One note: I take it into Starbucks often enough; it holds the medium/Grande size.
Thermos™ makes two models of this mug: With a handle like this one and without a handle (here: Thermos 16 Ounce Vacuum Insulated Travel Mug, Stainless Steel ). The handle is easily detachable with a single screw that's accessible on the underside, and all you're left with is a small little bracket on the side of the mug. I love having the "convertible" option; it's not as stylish as the plain side of course, but I can reattach the handle any time.
Sometimes I need the handle and sometimes I don't. Primarily driving, for example, the handle comes off. Primarily walking, the handle goes on. It's really great to have the choice and I can live with the little bracket (like 1/2" square X 1/4") in the meantime.
I paid for this item with my own money - it was not provided free in exchange for an "honest" review.
Snippets that will make you buy it:
- 16oz's of glorious hot beverage throughout the work day
- well built / durable
- leak proof
- doesn't get that funky aluminum/steel flavor
- easy to clean
My wife has the same mug only without the handle so she can throw it in her purse. I chose this one because it looks more manly. (I decided to throw that in there because I used words like ballyhoo and snippets)
Like all mugs, you have to keep up with the cleaning. Immediately washing out the remnants of whatever libation you consumed will keep it from getting weird. After a couple times of taking out the o rings and reassembling, you'll be a pro. If you don't keep up with cleaning, it will start to taste like a muddled cocktail of high octane funk. So what I'm getting at is... Don't give it a bad rating because you're too lazy to clean it.
Some cons formed from personal opinion rather than mug defect.
* There is a little button in the center of the lid that shows red when the lid is closed. Pushing the button in will make the red go away and you are ready to drink. To me, red means stop, caution, armed, hot. So when I see red on a mug, it translates to "hot liquid will come out". I am often disappointed by this trickery.
* Finding the two sip holes can be problematic, especially in the dark or a rough morning. (Yes, I drink in the dark.)
I have lost a few battles to the lid's slightly confusing design. Some may argue its due to my own idiocy. Well, just wait till it happens to you! Bam.
Good day and drink on.
DO NOT BUY THIS!! This is the worst lid design I have ever seen. And of course it did not occur to me to test it first before throwing away the packaging, so now I am stuck with it. Because of the way it is designed, when you try to drink from it, it pours out from either side and all over you! If you prefer to wear your coffee as opposed to drinking it then this cup is for you. I hate it because this is the exact size I needed to fit my husband's ridiculously small cup holder that won't fit anything larger than a 12 oz can. Other than the lid which makes the cup useless, it is of sturdy construction and looks really nice. Truly a shame!
Top reviews from other countries
I wanted another one for work because everyone drinks up all the coffee before I can get a second cup. Now I can have two cups at the same time, in a great mug that will keep it hot for hours.
I was trying to find the same mug I had at home because it has no mechanism, just simple slots in the lid that are sealed when you screw the lid on all the way. However, this mug has an easy to take apart mechanism, and removable seals that allow you to easily clean everything.
I highly recommend these mugs. Best I have ever used.